Noah Sigsworth is currently the director of the Beaufort County Choral Society and the assistant conductor of Greenville Choral Society's Concert Choir. Noah is the Choir Director at Saint Giles Presbyterian Church in Raleigh, North Carolina and works as a voice teacher at Amanda Bailey Studios. He graduated with a Masters in Choral Conducting at East Carolina University in 2023.
Noah Sigsworth graduated from High Point University summa cum laude in the spring of 2021 obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in Music with a concentration in Instrumental Performance and a minor in Communications.
Noah has continuously been involved with instrumental and choral ensembles during his time at High Point and East Carolina University. He has been in the High Point University Chamber Singers, Wind Ensemble, HPU Community Orchestra, several theatre productions at HPU, and was the music director for the Offbeats a Capella group for three years. At East Carolina University, Noah sang in the Chamber Singers and led and sang in the Collegiate Choir. At High Point University, Dr. Brian Meixner was Noah’s primary instructor, and at East Carolina University Dr. Franklin in Noah's primary instructor.
Noah has composed works for the High Point University Chamber Singers and Wind Ensemble, is an academic tutor, is an Eagle Scout, is a member of the International Tuba Euphonium Society and the American Choral Directors Association, was a vocalist with The Cadets drum and bugle corps, and was the assistant music director at St. James United Methodist Church and Jamestown United Methodist Church.